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Tuesday, 28 July 2015

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Lyn Marshall and Christopher Paul Tamlin

Lyn Marshall, 47, process worker and Christopher Paul Tamlin, 41, asbestos remover, live in Annan

Lyn Marshall and Christopher Tamlin wedding photo
Lyn Marshall and Christopher Tamlin

HOW THEY MET: In The Shed in Annan.

PROPOSAL: Chris proposed in The Lanes in Carlisle.

VENUE: Comlongon Castle, Dumfries.

BRIDE’S OUTFIT: Champagne ruched fitted bodice with a sweetheart neckline, scattered beading over the bodice, fishtail skirt and crystal tiara, from Perfect Beginnings, Dumfries.

GROOMSMEN: Best man was Eddie Phelps, friend of the groom. The best man and groom wore grey and black Grey Spirit kilts from W Glensdinning & Son, Annan.

The bride was given away by her eldest son, Andrew Marshall.

BRIDESMAIDS: Karen Gordon and Nicola O’Connor were bridesmaids. They wore dark magenta shot taffeta dresses with a dipped neckline, ruching over the bodice and scattered silver beading and fluted overskirt, from Carol Roberts Couture Bridal, Carlisle.

TRANSPORT: Vintage Rolls Royce from Gretna Wedding Bureau and Kian’s Coaches for the guests.

RECEPTION: The Corner House Hotel, Annan for 66 guests during the day and 250 guests for an evening reception.

TABLE SETTINGS: Tall vases with large purple and white feathers, napkins tied with purple ribbon and a thistle placed in each one and purple crystals scattered on the tables. The top table had a starlight skirt and a flower arrangement with small square vases with smaller feathers.

All reception decor by Tantrum Events, Dumfries.

FAVOURS: Table favours for daytime guests were personalised bottles of wine for the ladies and whisky for the men, gift bags with a toy, sweets and a balloon for the children and evening favours were shopping trolley tokens from Yorhill Children’s Foundation.

CAKE: A three-tier cake of fruit, plain sponge and chocolate sponge made by Sandra Mundell.

FIRST DANCE: Amazed, Lonestar.

ENTERTAINMENT: Elvis tribute plus disco by Rosco.

HONEYMOON: Hawaiian cruise.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Bill Black from the Gretna Wedding Bureau.


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